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A podcast designed for string and orchestra educators to learn from some of the best in the profession. Topics include string pedagogy, classroom management, program administration, assessment, current trends, work/life balance, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchestrateacher/support
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Detroit Symphony Orchestra

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Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians Andrés Pichardo-Rosenthal (Assist. Principal Percussion), Scott Strong (horn), and Abe Feder (Assist. Principal Cello) bring us behind the scenes of the DSO with exclusive musician interviews, games, and discussions.
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association

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Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world. In collaboration with the best conductors and guest artists on the international music scene, the CSO performs well over one hundred concerts each year at its downtown home, Symphony Center, and at the Ravinia Festival on Chicago’s North Shore, where it is in residency each summer. Music lovers outside Chicago enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-s ...
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For more than 55 years, The Florida Orchestra has been a driving force for cultural arts in the Tampa Bay region. Every work of music, every musician, every composer has a story to tell. SoundWaves with The Florida Orchestra gives those stories a voice, so you can experience a deep, personal connection to the music during a concert or anytime. The non-profit Florida Orchestra is the largest orchestra in the state and the only arts organization that bridges Tampa Bay. TFO exists to INSPIRE – ...
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Anthony Plog on Music

Anthony Plog (host), Eddie Ludema (Producer)

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Conversations with performers, composers, and entrepreneurs. Join Tony and some of the world’s great musicians in interviews that are fascinating, illuminating, and funny (well, most of the time).
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TRILLOQUY

TrillWerks Media

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CLASSICAL MUSIC has been misappropriated as a musical genre and a culture rooted in the aesthetics of Western Europe. TRILLOQUY is the weekly podcast built to DECOLONIZE the traditional definitions and conversations surrounding CLASSICAL MUSIC.
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Contrabass Conversations, produced by Double Bass HQ, features interviews and performances from leaders in the world of the double bass. Host Jason Heath dives deep into what makes these world-class artists tick. With over 3 million downloads, Contrabass Conversations is the most popular podcast for double bassists. Join the community and experience life on the low end of the spectrum!
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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My Russian Clementine

Chris Côté and Dayle Kerry

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A Modern Russian Fairytale, based on a true story about an American actress who adopts a little Russian girl in St. Petersburg in 1994. My Russian Clementine was produced, written, directed, and edited by Chris Côté and Dayle Kerry. Starring Dayle Kerry, Nikita Korshunov, Anastasiya Rul, Maria Spassoff, Sean Cully, Chris Côté, Robin Abcarian, Ali Badalov, Viktoriia Bondarenko, Anastasiia Bratchenko, Christopher Callen, Edie Côté, Jean Dalton, Marcel Geloen, Andy Goldberg, Helaine Lembeck, Ha ...
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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omo

for Luthiers, by Luthiers

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We cover the lives of violin makers, their best parts and worst parts, yesterday and today. Historical stories, interviews with experts and makers in the field. Omobono Stradivari was the least liked son of his father, Antonio, he was remembered in Antonio's will as a screw up. He is our north star. We are all part of this. We all belong exactly here.
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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Jack and Patrick talk about Megagames in the Australian environment - how it all started, how we do things down under, and how our players and designers find the world of megagaming. The Great Game Theme: Balrog Boogie, Diablo Swing Orchestra The Great Game logo by Jack McNamee using Earth Vectors by Vecteezy.
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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Listen as Christian, a young composer, and Kara, a young choir director, interview music educators in order to learn the "ins and outs" of their success in the classroom. This is the perfect podcast for beginning and veteran music educators alike, as well as composers and music students. It's time to go beyond the measure! Brought to you by Christian Fortner Music.
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Clarinet Corner

Troy Public Radio

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Clarinet Corner is an exploration of music involving the clarinet. The show features music across genres including: classical, jazz, world, film music, and rock. And the lively conversation includes topics such as: musical history and practice, social justice, playing in a film orchestra, and colorful stories about jazz players. You don't have to be a clarinet player or a musician to join in, host Tim Phillips makes the show accessible to everyone!
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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
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Two professional violists, Liz O'Hara and Stephanie Knutsen, explore diverse perspectives in the music field through conversations together and with friends. Whether gaining fresh insights from industry innovators or laughing their way through a show like Mozart in the Jungle, Liz and Steph hope to inspire musicians, particularly freelancers, to feel a sense of agency in their lives. **Note: This podcast was formerly titled the ViolaCentric podcast**
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A fortnightly Employment Law podcast placing a spotlight on recent cases and keeping you up to date with the very latest changes in the law. CPD available. This podcast is an overview of the cases and law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern. “These podcasts include excerpts from “The Corporate Machine” by Seastock and “Vivaldi ...
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Geared towards Deadheads, Phishheads and the jam band community, The Sound Podcast is a music discovery interview style podcast, hosted by Ira Haberman. Featuring Jam Bands and more... much more. Rooted in Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Soul but mostly Jam Band music. Here is a small sample of the guests that have been on The Sound Podcast to date: ALO, Anders Osborne, Antibalas, Aqueous, Band of Heathens, Barr Brothers, Blackberry Smoke, Chris Robinson ...
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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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A regular podcast series of interviews and music, performed and curated by London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. With interviews with the people behind the music, information about upcoming concerts, and excerpts from the RPO's extensive back catalogue, this podcast is the easiest way to get inside one of the world's leading orchestras. For tickets and further information, visit www.rpo.co.uk.
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First broadcast in 1994, Tent Show Radio is a weekly one-hour radio program showcasing the best live recordings from acclaimed music acts and entertainers who grace the Big Top Chautauqua stage each summer in beautiful Bayfield, WI. In the program's nearly 30 year history it has featured artists like Johnny Cash, B.B King, Brandi Carlile, Willie Nelson, Don McLean, and many more. Hosted by celebrated New York Times best-selling author Michael Perry-who weaves stories and humor throughout eac ...
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The Conductor’s Podcast is a space created for conductors and musicians who are curious and interested in learning more about the profession, crafts, industry, and business. The host Chaowen Ting, founder of Girls Who Conductor, has mentored hundreds of conductors from across the globe. She created the Conductor’s Podcast to share all the behind the scene secrets with you while interviewing conductors, musicians, and business gurus from around the world. Her specialty? Breaking big topics in ...
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This Podcast features Music Compositions from Multi-Instrumentalist Serious Nubian as well as The Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Orchestra plus shout-outs to various listeners world wide, Answer questions from e-mails from listeners about Music in general, read out e-mails from various listeners, answer questions about other Musicians, Equipment,Latest Music projects. Also Advertise to Book various Clients for Music Projects as well as doing Music Sound Tracks for various Film & TV Projects
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Leaders and scholars from the classical music field, and beyond, gathered in San Francisco in 2011-2012 to discuss the many issues facing American orchestras in the 21st century. These videos present the live events in their entirety. The American Orchestra Forum is a major initiative of the San Francisco Symphony’s 2011-2012 centennial season.
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The leaders of America’s top orchestras talk about the many challenges – and opportunities – facing orchestras in the 21st century. These video compilations are taken from live and behind-the-scenes interviews. The American Orchestra Forum is a major initiative of the San Francisco Symphony’s 2011-2012 centennial season.
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You're in your car, in the drive through, but you drop your wallet. While looking for it in between the cushions of the seats, you find a dusty old tape cassette. You shrug, and place it into your neglected tape player. A female voice comes on and says "Welcome to the calming sounds of the Tidepool Orchestra. Side A."
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GateWay Church of Visalia

Gateway Church of Visalia

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These are the weekly sermons from GateWay Church of Visalia. Whether you have never been to church before, are returning to church after being away or just moved into town, we thank you for checking out. We invite you to join us at any of our services. Thursday 6:45pm Sunday 8:30am - Choir & Orchestra 10:30am - Worship Band www.gatewayvisalia.com
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Stephanie Patterson specializes in teaching adult learners and has been playing in community orchestras for decades. We talk about the joys and community benefits of participating in community orchestras, Stephanie's role in the Abington Festival Strings, and highlight various community orchestra activities and events, including rehearsals, concert…
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Check out this fantastic conversation with Dr. David Miller of the University of Kentucky. Dr. Miller discusses his discovery of string teaching (as a horn player growing up), the graduate opportunities at UK, his publications and research, and the string teacher shortage! -- David Miller is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at the Universi…
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Mahler knew how to think big. For his Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,” he stuffed the stage with 270 musicians, including 10 trumpets and 10 horns in the original score. It took Mahler five years to complete the symphony, which stretches more than 80 minutes and holds a special place among musicians and audiences. Today, millions of people have hear…
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Lahav Shani conducts Tchaikovsky’s Pathétique, a symphony that the composer premiered less than a week before his death and was later nicknamed for the passion and suffering it expresses. Daniil Trifonov takes the spotlight in a piano concerto composed for him by former CSO Mead Composer-in-Residence Mason Bates, which “shows off the pianist’s virt…
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Stories? Questions? Thoughts? TEXT us here! What happens when your body sends you warnings that something is seriously wrong? Join us as we recount Liz's unexpected journey through debilitating health challenges, including severe migraines and a frightening ER visit. After numerous consultations and tests, Liz was diagnosed with Addison's disease, …
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Depend on Him for everything - "Give us this day our daily bread." When we look up, we are looking up to God; where we find our hope. We need to take moments to look up from our surroundings and let God fulfill our needs. If you'd like to follow along in the prayer guide, pick one up from the church office or download it from our website at www.gat…
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Featured Songs: 00:38 - Leftover Salmon - 05-04-24 - Tangled Up In Blue - Ferris Wheeler’s Backyard - Dallas, TX 09:28 - Dopapod - 05-18-24 - Bad Guy - Rochester Lilac Festival - Rochester, NY 22:08 - Eggy- 05-31-24 - Mission In The Rain - Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas - Las Vegas, NV 33:04 - Daniel Donato - 06-07-24 - Got My Mojo Workin’ - Gerald R. For…
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A Modern Russian Fairytale, based on a true story about an American actress who adopts a little Russian girl in St. Petersburg in 1994. My Russian Clementine was produced, written, directed and edited by Chris Côté and Dayle Kerry. Starring Dayle Kerry, Nikita Korshunov, Anastasiya Rul, Maria Spassoff, Sean Cully, Chris Côté, Robin Abcarian, Ali Ba…
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Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell presents The Elements, a suite of five works for violin and orchestra, commissioned by Bell and written by leading American composers Kevin Puts (Earth), Edgar Meyer (Water), Jake Heggie (Fire), Jennifer Higdon (Air), and CSO Mead Composer-in-Residence Jessie Montgomery (Space). Conductor Juraj Valčuha fra…
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Called "one of the biggest talents of his generation," Elias David Moncado, at a very young age, has already had an exceptional career. After winning his first competition at the age of 6, then his first international competition at the age of 8, he went on to win four major competitions after that (the Sendai Violin Competition in 2019, the Intern…
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In this episode, we delve into the essential steps for securing your financial future as you approach retirement. We break down critical strategies for maximizing your savings, understanding Social Security benefits, and planning for healthcare costs. Join us for practical advice and insights to ensure a smooth transition into your golden years.…
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Send us a Text Message. Hey and how is everybody doing?Well, i'm back again with a brand new Podcast Episode which I hope you will enjoy and that will have more Cutting Edge Funky Grooves with Original Compositions.Still working on new Compositions which are coming along nicely for a brand new Album release to be announced .So take the time to visi…
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Featured Songs: 00:38 - Eggy - 05-25-24- Southern Cross - Solshine: A Music & Arts Reverie - Chillicothe, IL 16:27 - Greensky Bluegrass - 05-26-24 - Feel Like a Stranger - Dark Star Jubilee - Thornville, OH 26:47 - Pigeons Playing Ping Pong - 05-26-24 - Happy Hour Hero - Saranac Brewry - Utica, NY 38:56 - My Morning Jacket - 05-31-24 - Sittin’ On T…
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Robin Kesselman is the author of Bow Speed Geography, which elegantly explores concepts of bow speed geography in string playing, focusing on the importance of evenness in bow speed, control, and the application of bow speed. We dig into life for Robin in the eight years since our past interview, the inspiration behind the book, and all kinds of to…
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My first in person interview for the podcast with conductor Chloé Dufresne, recorded on February 23, 2024 when she visited Atlanta through the Villa Albertine artist residence program with the French Consulate in Atlanta. We talked about her conducting training, experiences with American and European orchestras, and current and upcoming projects. L…
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**Original Air Date – May 17, 2017** As we continue our tribute to our friend Ian Crabb, please enjoy his favourite episode of IDO – Alien 3. This episode represented much of what Ian hoped IDO would be – a film that was much maligned being defended vigorously by those who loved it, and Ian LOVED Alien 3. It was also a thrill for him to podcast wit…
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Reach out to Matt! matthew.vangjel@gmail.com In the fall of 2024, Matthew Vangjel will begin teaching at the University of Missouri Kansas City. Matthew Vangjel was previously the Julian R. and Sidney Nicolle Carruth Associate Professor of Trumpet at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, where he teaches trumpet and coaches chamber music. He a…
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Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet brings his customary joie de vivre to Saint-Saëns’ Egyptian Concerto, inspired by a trip down the Nile in 1896. Conductor Stéphane Denève unpacks the French fascination with Spanish culture in Debussy’s sultry Ibéria and Ravel’s ever-popular Boléro, with its sensuously hypnotic theme building to a volcanic climax.Learn m…
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